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... they have music. The wine tasting was not like anything we have been to in the states. We were all seated at picnic-like tables in the tavern. The tables were set with a wine glass, a water glass and a bottle of sparking water. They poured almost a half glass of each of three wines. In between they gave the history of the grape, the wine, Austrian wine history in general ( all about the antifreeze) and the traditions involved with the ...
... through the town and get back to the boat on our own. Something that was done by few today. Most decided to hop on that warm and dry bus to get back to the boat or I guess I should call it a ship. I learned that any vessel that carries a boat is a ship. Anyway, we started the chilly walk back thinking we could check out these shops we heard of in this old town to find that most of them were closed! ...
... canal or river section. The Main-Danube Canal has a depth of 4 meters and a width of 31 meters. The summit of the canal is 406 meters above sea level. 122 bridges, all with a minimum height of 6 meters cross the canal. All the locks on the canal are 190 meters long and 12 meters wide. There are three locks on the canal that rise or fall 25 meters. There are also Aquaducts over the Zenn and Rednitz rivers where you travel above ...
... no place to hide. I feel scorched as hell. Finally got to melk after convincing myself not to give up. Campsite is covered in silt, not open. Got a room at a hostel. So sun bleached i didnt even bother to go inside the melk monastery, which seems ridiculous but thats how little gas i have. just want to sit in cold showe. have been pushing myself too hard, need more breaks. top of desired items - ...
... the most of using a day of travel on our rail pass, so we decided to go to Melk to tour the Abbey there, and it's gardens. (We looked into taking a river cruise down the Danube, but the times didn't line up quite right, and we had learned in Bern we don't want to rush ourselves through side trips.)
So we got off the train in Melk, stashed our backpacks in a locker, and started to climb the hill up to the Melk Abby. The sun was really hot at this point, so ...